@erdalterzi I was aware of all that I am on the TrueOS dev team I participate in all meeting. I was part of the peoples at Ix that wanted to see that change.erdalterzi wrote: ↑Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:35 amHi Eric,
As TrueOS will become a downstream fork that will build on FreeBSD by integrating new software technologies like OpenRC and LibreSSL, so what do you think about that? What do you think about TrueOS's desktop edition, which the team has reported a separate project, called Project Trident?
So TrueOS is now a system that we can build FreeBSD/TrueOS distros with it, and the primary focus of TrueOS will be to maintain a stable server OS with better desktop capability than FreeBSD. Now that Project Trident was announced I can talk freely about it Project Trident and TrueOS future. Project Trident will be developed outside the company like GhostBSD but will be supported by the company, GhostBSD might benefit from the same treatment in a near future.
TrueOS is now stripped of all the tool that you had from a fresh installation. TrueOS is as default than FreeBSD, but it does contain some default tool that FreeBSD does not have by default like OpenRC and pkg base.
I was aware of https://www.trueos.org/blog/trueosdownstream for months, and that is why I did decide to switch to TrueOS.